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Winfield Community Volunteer Fire Department was alerted to a single SUV collision with a tree on Woodbine Road on February 1st

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On the morning of February 1st at 10:40 AM, the Winfield Community Volunteer Fire Department was alerted to a single SUV collision with a tree on Woodbine Road. Shortly after Engine 141 and Medic 149 were dispatched, 911 received additional information reporting possible entrapment.

EMS Captain C. Broussard arrived on scene in EMS 14 and confirmed one victim was trapped. Captain Broussard established command and requested a Maryland State Police helicopter for patient transport. Medic 149 and EMS 103 handled patient care while Engine 141, Howard County Rescue Engine 4, and Mount Airy Rescue 1 worked to extricate the victim.

Howard County Chief 4B (K. Stull) was assigned as incident Safety Officer, and Utility 14 and Duty 14 handled the landing zone for Trooper 1. The scene and investigation were then turned over to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office.

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You can see the original reporting on social media with photos from the Winfield Community Volunteer Fire Department:

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Here is the area of the incident: 6200 block of Woodbine Road

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